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These GM build sheet numbers decode as follows:

AG7 6 way Power Seat
AK1 Custom Deluxe Seat Belts
AL5 Deluxe Rear Center Seat Belt '67.
AN7 Strato-Bucket Seats, Swing out!
Al3 Power Door Locks
Al6 Power Tailgate Release
AO1 Soft Ray Tinted Glass, all windows.
AO2 Tinted Glass, windshield only.
AQ2 Electric Seat Back Lock Release, '71
AQ5 Electric Seat Back Lock Release, '70
AS1 Shoulder Harness, '67+
AS4 Deluxe Rear Seat Shoulder Harness, '68+
AS5 Standar Rear Seat Shoulder Harness, '68+
AT8 Reclining Passenger Seat
AU1 Electric Door Locks, '70+
AU3 Power Door Locks
AV3 3 Point Seat Belts (from 1972 Build sheet)
A20 Custom seat belts, '64
A20 Swing Out rear windows, Laguna
A31 Power Windows
A33 Power Tailgate Window
A39 Custom Deluxe front and rear Seat Belts, 66+
A37 Seat Belt Equipment, '64 only.
A41 Power Front Seat, 4-way
A42 Power Seat, 6 way
A41 Power Bucket Seat, 4 way.
A46 Power Drivers Bucket Seat, 66+
A47 Custom Deluxe Seat Belts.
A49 Custom Deluxe Seat Belts, w/retractors
A51 Front Bucket Seats, Astro
A52 Front Bench Seat
A62 Seat Belt Delete
A64 Custom Deluxe Rear Seat Belts, '65.
A65 Split Front Seat w/arm Rest
A66 Split Second Seat
A68 Standard Rear Center Seat Belt. '67.
A81 Head Rest, Bucket Seats
A82 Head Rest, Bench Seat
A85 Deluxe Shoulder Harness, '66 1/2 +
A90 Electric Trunk Opener
A93 Vacuum Door Locks, '69



BO1 Police Body Equipment, '64-65.
BO2 Taxi!! '64-65.
BW2 Deluxe Body Side Molding
BX4 Body Side Molding
BX8 Full Body moldings
BW1 Delete tailgate ornamentation.
B2H Interim Equipment Change
B2M No power steering.
B22 Door trim pad emblem " SS "
B37 Colored floor mats
B44 Removable Load floor carpet
B55 Deluxe Front Seat Cushion, '67+
B70 Padded Dash '64-65.
B75 lining lug compartment, '69
B80 Roof Drip molding
B81 *Delete tailgate molding. This would delete the horizontal trim strips on the tailgate of a '70-'72 El Camino or GMC Sprint.
B84 Body Side Molding
B85 Beltline Reveal Molding
B90 Door Window frame moldings
B93 Door edge guards
B94 "GMC" tailgate emblem ('71-'72 GMC Sprint only).
B95 Rear end panel moulding, '69
B96 Wheel well moldings
CA1 Power Roof
CB1 Vinyl Roof, Touring
CB7 Vinyl Roof cover.
CD2 Windshield Washer Level Control, '70+
CD3 Electro-tip Wipers, '70+
CE1 Headlight Washers
CO5 Convertible Top, Manual.
CO6 Convertible Top, Power
CO8 Vinyl Roof, full
CO9 Padded Vinyl roof
C14 Two Speed Wipers, '64.
C24 Special Windshield Wipers
C48 Heater Delete
C49 Electro Clear defogger
C50 Rear window defogger
C51 rear window air deflector
C56 = I/P side vent /70 Upper Level Vent / Astro Ventilation
C60 Air Conditioning, 4 seasons.
C65 Air Conditioning, Deluxe version.



D24 Litter container
D33 Remote Control mirror
D34 Vanity visor mirror
D35 Sports mirrors
D55 Console
D64 Illuminated Visor Mirror
D68 Twin Remote Sport Mirrors
D80 Spoilers
D88 Sport Stripe, '70+
D91 Conquista package
D96 Wide Paint Stripes, * '67+ refer's to body side accent stripe
D99 Two Tone Paint Moldings
FE8 Radial Tuned Suspension
F40 Sport suspension
F41 Sport Front and Rear Suspension, '69+
GS1 2.73 Ratio Axle (from 1972 Build Sheet)
GY2 *3.31 ratio axle ('71-'72 Chevelle / El Camino / GMC Sprint).
G11 2.56 Rear Axle
G66 Air Shocks, rear.
G67 Controller for Air Shocks.
G75 3.70 rear
G76 3.36 rear axle ratio
G80 Positraction rear
G82 4.56 Rear axle
G84 4.10 Rear axle
G92 Performance rear 3.08
G94 3.31 rear
G95 Economy rear 2.73
G96 3.55 rear
G97 2.73 Rear ratio
GW5 273 Ratio Axle
HO1 3.07 rear
HO5 3.73 rear axle ratio
J50 Power brakes
J52 Front Disc Brakes, '67+
J65 Metallic Brake linings
JL2 Front Disc Brakes, '70+
JL8 ('69 only) 4-wheel disc brakes



KD5 Heavy Duty PCV System
KO2 Clutch Fan
KO5 Engine Block Heater
K19 AIR , smog pump, '66+
K24 Closed Engine Ventilation, PCV.
K30 Cruise Control
K66 Transistor Ignition.
K72 Emission Control Delete
K75 Emission Control Delete
K76 61 amp alternator
K77 55 amp alternator
K79 42 amp
K81 62 amp
K85 63 amp
L14* Refers to: = 307 CID STD V8 (from 72 Chevelle)
L22 Six Cylinder 250
L26 230-140hp
L30 327-275 Hp
L34 396-350 Hp
L35 396-325 Hp
L48 350-300hp, '69+
L61 230 cid
L65 350-250hp, '69+
L72 427-425hp Yenko, '69
L73 327-250hp, '68
L74 327 300hp
L77 4 barrel carb, 283-220 hp
L78 396-375 Hp
L79 327-350 Hp
L89 396-375hp, Aluminum Heads
LF6 400-255hp 2 bbl, '70 (Monte Carlo)
LM1 350-255hp, '69
LS3 400-330hp, '70+
LS4 454-235hp
LS3 402-300hp in'71...240hp in '72
LS5 454-365hp in '71...270hp in '72 - LS5 (also 360 HP in '70).
LS6 454-450hp, '70
LT4 400-180hp
L65 350-145 2 barrel
L90 Six cylinder
MO1 Heavy Duty Clutch
MC1 Heavy Duty 3 spd Transmission
M10 Overdrive
M11 Floor Shift Transmission, '71+
M13 Heavy Duty Transmission
M20 4 spd standard transmission.
M21 4 spd close ratio
M22 4 spd, Heavy Duty
M35 Powerglide automatic, 2 speed.
M38 Turbo 350 automatic
M40 Turbo 400 automatic
M55 Transmission Cooler



NA9 Evaporative Emission Controls
NB2 Refers to:: EXH EMISSION (from 72)
NC8 Chambered Exhaust System
NK1 Cushioned Steering Wheel
NK2 Custom Steering Wheel, '71+
NK4 Sport Steering Wheel, '71+
N10 Dual Exhaust
N30 Deluxe Steering Wheel, '67+
N31 Custom Steering wheel
N33 Tilt steering
N34 Wood grained steering wheel
N40 Power Steering
N41 Power steering
N65 Space saving spare
N95 Wire Wheel covers
N96 Simulated Magn. Hubcaps



P19 Spare tire lock
P58 7.14.4 Whitewalls
P61 7.75-14 W/W
P62 7.75-14.4 W/W
P67 6.95-14 w/w
P77 8.25-14 w/w
P90 G70-15 White Stripe
P91 G70-15 Red Stripe
PA2 Simulated Wire Wheels, 2nd style, '68+
PA3 Deluxe Wheel covers
PE1 Turbine 1 wheels
PE2 Turbine 2 wheels
PK2 G78-14 w/w
PK4 G70-14 Red Stripe
PL3 E78-14 White Stripe
PL4 F70-14 F70-14 White Stripe
PL5 F70-14 White Letters
PM6 G78-14 White Stripe
PM7 F60-15 White letters, SS models. (also Sprint SP models).
PN5 7.75-14 8 ply tires
PO1 Wheel Trim Cover
PO2 Simulated Wire Wheels, 14"
PO6 Wheel Trim Rings
PQ7 8.25-14 w/w tires
PR3 8.25-14 8 ply w/w
PU8 G78-15 White Stripe
PL2 E78X14 B/WALL
PW7 F70-14 White Stripe
PW8 F70-14 Red Stripe Tires
PX5 F78X14 Black Wall Belted (70)
PX6 F78-14 w/w
PX8 G70-14 w/w
PX9 G70-14 Dual White Stripes
PY4 F70-14 w/w
PY5 F70-14 Red Stripe
PY7 G70-14 Red Stripe
QDR GR78-15 radial whitewalls
QEH E78-14 bias White Stripe
QEL HR78-15 Radial white stripe
QGF G70-14 Bias White stripe
QGK G78-14
QGL G78-14 bias white stripe
QHE H78-14 Bias
QHF H78-14 Bias white stripe
QQZ HR70-15 radial whitewall
QRM GR70-15 radial whitewall
QRN GR70-15 Radials
QRV HR70-15 Radials
QRZ GR70-15 Radial White Letter
TO7 7.75-14 W/W tires
T15 7.75-15 8 Ply tires
T58 Rear wheel skirts, wow. (Monte Carlo)
T60 Heavy Duty Battery



UA1 Heavy Duty Battery
UM1 AM radio with tape, '70+
UM2 AM/FM with tape
UO3 Low note horn, D.
UO5 Dual horns
UF1= Mirror Lamp (available in '70-'72).
UF7 Econominder Gauge package
U14 Instrumentation package
U15 Speed Warning Indicator, '67+
U16 Tachometer
U17 Cluster INST (Oil coolent,AMM, Clock, Gas, Tach)
U18 Export Speedometer
U25 Trunk Light
U26 Underhood Light
U27 Glove box Light
U28 Ash Tray Light
U29 Instrument Panel Courtesy Lighting
U35 Clock
U46 Lamp Monitoring Equipment
U57 8 Track Tape Player
U58 AM/FM
U60 Manual radio
U63 Basic old AM radio
U69 AM/FM radio with buttons.
U73 Manual Rear Antenna
U75 Power Rear Antenna
U76 Antenna in windshield
U79 Stereo Equipment
U80 Rear Speaker

VE5 Deluxe bumper strips
VO1 Heavy Duty Radiator
VO2 Heavy Duty Radiator, '64
V30 Bumper Guards. Full set. -Front only bumper guards on El Camino / GMC Sprint. (El Camino / GMC Sprint never came with rear bumper guards).
V31 Front Bumper Guards, '64-70
V32 Rear Bumper Guards, '64-70
V55 Roof Rack
V74 Hazard Warning Equipment, '66.
V75 Traction Dispenser set-up.

W84 Additional fuel for delivery

X11 Style Trim for base car or SS
X22 Style Trim for SS with 396
X33 Style Trim for Z/28 or RS with Z/28 option
X44 Base Car
X55 Base SS with 350
X66 Base SS with 396
X77 '69 Z-28 camaro Norwood OH cars only

YB5 General Processing Option (beats me?)
YD1 Trailoring Axle
YE7 *Special Performance "SP" package ('71-'72 GMC Sprint). .
YF3 The Heavy Chevy Package
YF5 Emission Tested
YJ9 Exterior dress 'emup package



Z10 has something to do with a special hardtop pace car
Z11 ('69 only) Indy pace car accents
Z21 Style trim group
Z22 Rally Sport
Z23 Special interior package
Z27 SS equipment
Z28 Special performance package
Z87 Custom Interior group
ZO1 Comfort and Convenience Group, '64-65.
ZO2 Pushbutton Radio and extra speaker, '64.
ZO4 Heavy Duty Chassis, '64-65.
ZO8 Body Molding/Trim
ZJ7 Ralley Wheels
ZJ9 Auxiliary lighting group
ZJ6 Special Sport Sedan, '68+
ZJ7 Steering Wheel Deluxe Trim
ZJ9 Auxiliary Lighting Group
ZK3 Deluxe Seat Belts, and Front Shoulder Harness, '68+
ZK5 Concours Sedan, '68
ZK6, 7 Concours Sport Coupe, '68
ZK8 - Refers toTire Pressure Label, '70
ZKQ - tire pressure sticker
ZL2 Special Hood, Cowl Induction, '70+
ZL3 SS 396 CONVER--
ZO9 Performance Rear Axle, '70+
Z10 Pace car coupe
Z11 Indy pace car convertible
ZP2 *Trim & color override. This was for cars that had an exterior/interior color or trim combination that was not normally available. This code is listed on the build sheet for a '71 GMC Sprint that was "Classic Copper" with a "Dark Saddle" interior - a color combination not normally available.
ZR3 Refers to: = Off road package 454(LS7 & LT2) 69*
Z02 refers to: **SPEC PAINT** (from 72 tag)
ZP5 *Appearance guard group.
ZW4 *Std Trans 3spd (70)
Z13 Comfort and Convenience Group, second style, '64-65.
Z14* Refers to: = A/C BODY CONV (info from 72 Chevelle)
Z15 SS equipment. (454 in '70)
Z16 Special Sport Coupe - 65 Chevelle
Z19 Convenience Group, '66.
Z20 Monte Carlo SS 454
Z25 Super Sport Option, '69+
Z29 Vinyl Stripe
Z49 Canadian Base Equipment
Z57 Vinyl Coated Trim
Z83 Road Hazard Package, '66.
Z95 Regular Fuel Engine Equipment
W=tinted windshield
X=power windows
L=folddown seat
D=power top
E=All glass tinted
M=powerglide
G=center console
L=4 speed manual
F=A/C
B=3 speed manual on floor
S=rear antenna
U=8 track multiplex
R=rear speaker
S= Z-23 interior
L= Z-22 (RS)
K= Z-21 style trim
B= rear window defroster
D=clock and/or gages
Engine codes
SS350= P
SS396/325hp= N
SS396/375hp= K

Body
VIN: The Vehicle Identification Number of your car.
From '53 to '60, it is in the driver's side door jam.
From '60 to '62, it is on the steering column in the engine compartment.
From '63 to '67, it is under the glove box.
From '68 to '03, it is in the driver's side windshield pillar.

Engine
Casting Number: The part number cast into the block when made.
Casting Date: The date of the casting of the block.
Partial VIN: Stamped on the engine pad located in front of the right head. An engine identifier is also stamped here.
Bellhousing
Casting Number: The part number cast into the right side near starter.
Transmission
Casting Number Part Number cast into the case and tailshaft when made.
Date code Usually the casting date is in the body but this is the case date. The assembly date is stamped in as part of identifier code.
Partial VIN Stamped along top of mounting ear in some, along joint of main case, or on a raised pad in the main body (newer T-10).
Rear End
Date code Cast in drivers side of housing for the case of '63-'79. In straight axle '53 to '62 Corvettes, the identifier is stamped on the front right side. In the IRS, the assembly date is stamped in identifier on the bottom flange.
Gear ratio Stamped in bottom flange as part of identifier as a letter code, such as AW.
Alternator/Generator
Part Number Stamped on top with date and amperage rating.
Date Code Stamped on top along with amperage rating and part number.
Water Pump
Casting Number
Casting Date Code Cast on front of the pump.
Radiator
Part Number Stamped in aluminum, embossed in copper.
Date Code Stamped in Aluminum.
Distributor
Part number Stamped in aluminum housings and embossed on a tag on iron units.
Date Code Same as Part Number
Window Glass
Date Codes Each window has its own as part of the marking.
Carburetor
Date Code Either on brass tag or stamped in air horn or body, depending on the carb.
Part Number Either on brass tag or stamped into air horn or body, depending on the carb.
Fuel Injection '57-'65
Part Number Stamped on a metal tag on the left front of the plenum.
Date Code
Serial Number Stamped on side of Plenum for the first hundred or so in 1957 and then were stamped on the metal tag. The serial number does not have to correspond to the car's serial number.
Heads
Casting Number Usually cast on top under rocker arms.
Date Code Usually cast on top under rocker arms.


Casting Numbers:

When a part is cast, the mold has a part number and a date code set so that it is part of the mold and the part is forever identified. Most older Corvette parts such as heads, blocks, and manifolds, usually have a 7 digit casting number beginning with 3 to identify the part.

Engine Block: On most blocks, the casting number is located on the bellhousing flange behind the driver's side head. The casting number does not usually correspond to any engine part number as the engine part number is for the assembly, not the casting.

Cylinder Heads: The casting number is usually in the area under the rocker arms. Years of baked oil may fill the numbers to make them hard to read. On some heads, partial numbers were found on the intake runners on the block side, such as the 461 and 462 heads.

Intake Manifolds: Usually on the rear runner on top.

Exhaust Manifolds: Usually on the outside of the manifold. Small block Ram Horn manifolds usually have this on your left as you view them. The big block manifolds are down the side.

Transmission Casting: The numbers are on both the main body and the tailshaft housing, usually on the right side.

Rear End: The casting number is located on the right side near the prop shaft.

Water Pump: The casting number is on the front of the body.

Date Codes and Where Are They?

Almost every mechanical part made for a Corvette has a date code, either cast or stamped into it. These simply identify when the part was made. To the factory, this date probably made sure that they didn't leave any stock laying on the shelf too long, although if you have ever watched any factory production line run, it is doubtful if anyone ever reads the dates. The purpose of the date to Chevrolet was probably to ensure a means to track any defects should they arise. If a part dated March 3 and one dated March 21 were both defective, attention could be paid to those parts built between those dates for other possible defects. Today, these are used to determine if the part is correct for that Corvette, as an engine with a date code of D 16 5 (April 16, 1965) could not be correct for a '63 Corvette as the engine was made after the car was made. Parts too early are usually not correct either, as they would have been installed on an earlier vehicle, such as a B 23 3 (Feb. 23, 1963) in a '67 Corvette. NCRS provides a window of 6 months on date codes prior to the build date of the car. Obviously, a part on a car could not have been made AFTER the car was made._ But given how new items were constantly loaded on shelves, with existing items being shoved further back each time, a part could sit for many months before being assembled on a car. Usually, the parts were used within a few days or weeks but there are many documented original cars that have parts several months old. Be sure to notice that some parts have both a casting and a stamped date code. These can be several days apart. The stamped date code is when the part was assembled and should be the one considered.

Engine Block: The date code on a SBC is typically on the bellhousing flange behind the distributor. On early big blocks, it was on the passenger side near the pan rail, but later (1970) moved up to the same location as the SBC. Usually the date is given as a letter, a number and then a number, such as B 23 3 which is for February 23, 1963. With any engine still having ignition shielding on, you have a very hard time to see the date. A good flashlight and a wire brush to clean any dirt are a must, even with the shielding removed.

Cylinder Heads: The date code is located on top under the rocker arms. You must remove the valve covers to see them. Often lead deposits in old engines have filled the numbers and letters so they are hard to read. Often the rockers are in the way.

Intake Manifold: The small block usually has the date on the driver's side rear runner. The date is typically below the casting part number. The firing order (18436572) is usually cast on the front runner so do not confuse it with the part number. Some big block intakes have the date cast under the intake so that you must have the intake off the engine to see it._


Exhaust Manifolds: Usually on the outside of the manifold. Small block Ram Horn manifolds usually have this on your left as you view them. The big block manifolds are down the side.

Transmission Casting: The numbers are on both the main body and the tailshaft housing, usually on the right side.

Rear End: The casting number is located on the right side near the prop shaft.

Water Pump: The casting number is on the front of the body.

Date Codes and Where Are They?

Almost every mechanical part made for a Chevrolet has a date code, either cast or stamped into it. These simply identify when the part was made. To the factory, this date probably made sure that they didn't leave any stock laying on the shelf too long, although if you have ever watched any factory production line run, it is doubtful if anyone ever reads the dates. The purpose of the date to Chevrolet was probably to ensure a means to track any defects should they arise. If a part dated March 3 and one dated March 21 were both defective, attention could be paid to those parts built between those dates for other possible defects. Today, these are used to determine if the part is correct for that Chevrolet , as an engine with a date code of D 16 5 (April 16, 1965) could not be correct for a '63 Chevrolet as the engine was made after the car was made. Parts too early are usually not correct either, as they would have been installed on an earlier vehicle, such as a B 23 3 (Feb. 23, 1963) in a '67 Corvette. NCRS provides a window of 6 months on date codes prior to the build date of the car. Obviously, a part on a car could not have been made AFTER the car was made._ But given how new items were constantly loaded on shelves, with existing items being shoved further back each time, a part could sit for many months before being assembled on a car. Usually, the parts were used within a few days or weeks but there are many documented original cars that have parts several months old. Be sure to notice that some parts have both a casting and a stamped date code. These can be several days apart. The stamped date code is when the part was assembled and should be the one considered.

Engine Block: The date code on a SBC is typically on the bellhousing flange behind the distributor. On early big blocks, it was on the passenger side near the pan rail, but later (1970) moved up to the same location as the SBC. Usually the date is given as a letter, a number and then a number, such as B 23 3 which is for February 23, 1963. With any engine still having ignition shielding on, you have a very hard time to see the date. A good flashlight and a wire brush to clean any dirt are a must, even with the shielding removed.

Cylinder Heads: The date code is located on top under the rocker arms. You must remove the valve covers to see them. Often lead deposits in old engines have filled the numbers and letters so they are hard to read. Often the rockers are in the way.

Intake Manifold: The small block usually has the date on the driver's side rear runner. The date is typically below the casting part number. The firing order (18436572) is usually cast on the front runner so do not confuse it with the part number. Some big block intakes have the date cast under the intake so that you must have the intake off the engine to see it.

Exhaust Manifolds: The casting numbers on the Ram horn manifolds are on the outside near the 1-3 or 6-8 cylinders. On the big block manifolds, it is found low near the outlet. The date codes on the Ram Horn manifolds are found on the opposite end. On the big block manifolds, the date code is found on the back side.

Transmission: The Borg Warner transmission has a date cast into the main body and tailshaft in the early T10s. Some later T10s ('70s) have it also. Usually it is found on the passenger side. The Muncie has a date cast on the tailshaft. Unfortunately, these casting dates are the ones that the castings were made, not the transmission. A stamped number usually contains an assembly date. Rear end housingThe housing for the 1963 to 1979 differential has a casting date on the drivers side. Again, this is the case date code. The assembly date is stamped in the bottom of the case on the lip where the cover mates.

Alternator: The date code is stamped into the housing.

Water Pump: The water pump has a date code cast into the body in the front but the pulley must be removed to see it usually.

Carburetor: Most of the earlier carburetors were built by Carter and had an identifier tag attached to a cover bolt. This tag had the part number and date code. On Holley carbs, the List Number is stamped on the drivers side air horn in front along with either a 3 digit or 4 digit date code. The Rochester QuadraJet has a stamped number on the driver's side on a vertical pad

Build sheets are a small strip of paper, about 2 inches wide by 8 inches long or a square about 5 inches by 7 inches that is usually buried in the cotton stuffing of the rear seat, in the backrest of the front seat, or drivers bucket. If you are lucky enough to find this, (the mice usually have other plans for it) then photocopy it immediately and put it back, the last thing you want is to lose it after having it right under your butt for so long. If you make a copy and replace it you are ensuring that the next guy (hey, we all know you plan on keeping this one forever!) can enjoy the thrill of "finding" this original documentation. Build sheets usually confirm what the Cowl tag will tell you, but in more depth.

Build sheets consist of the following information:
The model number, starts with 1 followed by 4 or more numbers.eg 12467.
A pair of letters will designate the paint code.
A three number series will designate the interior.
A series of one letter and two numbers indicates the factory installed_ options.

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I see one that's not in there, AUO is a remote entry,
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what's a build sheet? j/k sorry. just never seen one, let alone found one.
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Now we need one for FORD!
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Looks great -- I'll save this one for inclusion in the KB. I think I've seen something similar at Chevelles.com -- where did you find this one?
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Looks great -- I'll save this one for inclusion in the KB. I think I've seen something similar at Chevelles.com -- where did you find this one?
from a friend on line who likes to gather car & truck info like myself...........joe
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Now we need one for FORD!
I'm not sure if this is true of ALL Fords, but one of the old 60's cars that I had (and there were several) had a "build sheet" stuffed under the rear seat back.

Being a teenager at the time ... I pulled it out, had a look at it, and said "cool". Then I promptly crumpled it up and tossed it out.
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Old 05-28-2005, 10:16 AM
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Where is the 375hp LT1 350 of the early seventies?

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Old 07-29-2005, 02:36 PM
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Solved a mystery for me, to the memory bank.


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Old 07-29-2005, 11:47 PM
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Good stuff, thank you! I'm printing this one out, my G.M. buds can make copies. Dan
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Old 07-30-2005, 01:37 AM
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Old 05-20-2006, 10:08 PM
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GM build codes

Thank you very much tis is very helpful information, and will be enjoyed for many years too come.
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Old 05-21-2006, 12:25 AM
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Thanks for sharing that info. Glad it's going into the Knowledge Base. It will be nice to punch in those codes into the search function and find the info easily.
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